Yeah, if you go into messages> setting> text messages> sending options> request delivery report that should activate it, just remeber there is often a small charge for having this feature activated, for every report you recieve.
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It is simple, just Open Menu > Message Setting>and activate the "Delivery report Yes".Sometimes this problem occur due to network failure problem.And if the problem still persist better to contact service provider.Good luck.Thanks for visiting fixya
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If you turned on 'delivery reports', and the status show 'message sent', when you send them, but it shows 'pending' upon awaiting delivery report, then the problem is either that the number you sent the message to is unavailable, or there is a network problem. Try dialing the numbers. If they go through, then it is a network problem. Contact your mobile service operators and let them know what is going on. But if the numbers dont go through, then they are probably unavailable to receive the sms.
If your 'delivery reports' is 'off', then you would have to check that your message centre number is in order. If you are not certain of the number, confirm it with another phone of the same network as yours. You can get your message centre number through; messages> message settings> sending profile> (select the profile in use)> message centre number.
Open your Message, press 'Menu' then go to 'Message Option' after that go to 'Sending Option' Scroll down & check on 'Request Delivery Report'. Once this is checked you will be receiving the delivery report once your Msg is been delivered.
1) go into the menu
2) click messaging
3) click menu in the bottom right hand corner
4) click MMS options - this should bring up a screen with 5 tabs along the bottom of the screen (sending, recieving, profile, compose, about)
priority : urgent
expiration : none
delivery time : immediately
message size : 300kb
hide address : unchecked
request delivery report : checked
request read report : unchecked
keep a copy : checked
home network : auto download
roaming network : auto download
send delivery report : checked
send read report : checked
reject unknown sender : unchecked
advertisement allowed : unchecked
information allowed : checked
MMS class : moderate imaging
creation mode : free